Revolution, Liberalism, and Nationalism
in Europe, 1789-1914

Primary Source Links for Social, Intellectual, and Cultural Life, 1814-1848.

Lines Written a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey, on Revisiting the Banks of the Wye during a Tour.
July 13, 1798. By William Wordsworth

Tintern Abbey (Watercolor by J. M. W. Turner)

Tintern Abbey (Print by William Gilpin)

Tintern Abbey (Modern Photograph)

The Haywain (Painting by John Constable)

The White Horse (Painting by John Constable)

Salisbury Cathedral (Painting by John Constable)

Cathedral in Winter (Painting by Ernst Friedrich Oehme)

Cross in the Snow (Painting by Caspar David Friedrich)

The Abbey (Painting by Caspar David Friedrich)

Faust and Mephistopheles (Lithograph by Eugene Delacroix)

Faust, Mephistopheles, and Gretchen in the Street (Lithography by Eugene Delacroix)

Frankenstein (Frontispiece from the 1831 edition of Mary Shelley's Novel)

Neo-Gothic Architecture: The Houses of Parliament by Charles Barry and A. W. N. Pugin, 1840-1860

The Medieval City and The Modern City, from Pugin's Contrasts

Speed by J.M.W. Turner

Ludwig von Beethoven (Portrait by J. K. Stieler, 1819-1820)

The Ode to Joy by Ludwig Von Beethoven (from the Ninth Symphony)

The Ode to Joy (Audio Clip)

Conservatism, Liberalism, and Nationalism

The Mills at New Lanark (Robert Owen)

New Lanark Today

Karl Marx (Portrait)

The Communist Manifesto, 1848, by Karl Marx and Fiedrich Engels (excerpts)


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